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Teaching opportunity for Mitchell Shire residents in Japan

Mitchell Honbetsu Sister City Committee is looking for a dedicated teacher for kindergarten-aged kids in Mitchell Shire’s Japanese sister city Honbetsu. Current teacher Samara Cooke will return to Mitchell Shire in March next year after...

Construction set to begin at Wallan primary schools

Sod turning ceremonies at two primary schools in Wallan last week marked the beginning of new construction projects that will expand and improve the schools. Our Lady of the Way and Wallan Primary School have...

Road safety funding boost for Seymour College

RoadSafe Goulburn Valley and Seymour College are among 90 Victorian schools, councils, and not-for-profit organisations to receive a grant to deliver programs to reduce road trauma and save lives. Funding from the State Government’s $1.5...

Help wanted to uncover St Patrick’s school history

St Patrick's Primary School is seeking community assistance to locate historical items that relate to the school and the Kilmore area. The school’s own historical collection from before 1979 was lost during the move to...

Supporting Seymour students through employment opportunities

Schools and TAFE students in the Seymour and Puckapunyal areas will continue to benefit from a partnership to provide vocational opportunities from the second largest employer in the region. The Seymour Puckapunyal Youth Partnership, between...

Willowmavin Primary School remembers beloved teacher

By Colin MacGillivray The Willovmavin Primary School community came together on Thursday to pay tribute to beloved teacher Kate Taylor, who died from a blood clot in April. Students, staff and families helped to create a...

Premier visits Donnybrook Primary School construction

By Colin MacGillivray Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews made a visit to Donnybrook last week to inspect the site of the under-construction Hayes Hill Primary School, due to open its doors next year. Mr Andrews joined Member...

Teaching the importance of Indigenous culture at Darraweit Guim

Darraweit Primary School students last month participated in a series of traditional Aboriginal activities to learn about Indigenous culture and support in-class learning. Gunditjmara Aboriginal elder Uncle Trevor Gallagher visited the school, taking students on...

Assumption College Kilmore marks National Reconciliation Week

To mark National Reconciliation Week, Assumption College Kilmore is undertaking activities to demonstrate its commitment to engagement with and education about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. National Reconciliation Week, from May 27 to June...

Rail accident survivor shares story with Broadford students

Paralympian and rail safety ambassador Vanessa Low visited Broadford High School earlier this month, sharing her experience as a rail accident survivor and talking with students about rail safety. Ms Low was involved in a...